On Tuesday, April 12, the Charles County Commissioner proclaimed April 23-30 as Charles County Saves and Money Smart Week. Personal and household savings is fundamental to the stability and vitality of Charles County residents. On April 30, the Assets for Financial Independence Foundation, Inc. (AFFIF) in partnership with the other community organizations will offer a Money Matters Fair from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Waldorf West Library (10405 O’Donnell Place, Waldorf). The fair will offer free financial planning sessions, information on estate planning and credit repair, activities for children and teenagers, and free tax preparation for those with a household income of $54,000 or less.
Pictured left to right: Commissioner Amanda M. Stewart, M.Ed. (District 3); Sarah Guy, Charles County Public Library (CCPL); Commissioner Ken Robinson (District 1); Janet Salazar, CCPL; Commissioner Bobby Rucci (District 4); Commissioner Vice President Debra M. Davis, Esq. (District 2); and President Peter F. Murphy. Not pictured: Lolita R. Curtis, AFFIF.